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Fig 131

Opens up an existing project.

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Opens all the timelines in a folder.

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Opens up a recently opened project.

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Can import an XML or other type of timeline to the package.

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Open a new function within SportsCode.

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The different options in new.

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Opens the communication to set up communication between computers.

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Where you have a timeline without a movie, this will link a movie and timeline together.

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Combines the timeline movies into one timeline.

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Stacks the timeline.

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Merges open timeline windows.

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Puts a movie and a timeline into a package. This will keep all parts of the capture together.

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Save the file.

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Save the file as a different name or in a different location.

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A standalone package is a movie file with the movie itself and the timeline.

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A reference package is a timeline attached to a movie file on the computer. A reference package doesn’t work without the original movie package.

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Can make a movie from a folder a movies on the computer.

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Allows you to print.

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Gives you format options when you print.

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